Bill Walton seems like he’s enjoying his time in Boulder

Walton got a chance to wander around campus prior to the game. He seemed to enjoy himself.

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The Colorado Buffaloes men’s basketball team plays Stanford in a nationally televised game at 7 p.m. tonight. The game is on ESPN 2, which means basketball legend Bill Walton is providing color commentary.

Walton got a chance to wander around campus prior to the game. He seemed to enjoy himself.

Here he is posing behind the Native American Rights Fund sign.

The UCLA legend and Grateful Dead enthusiast also made it to Folsom Field.

On Wednesday, Walton visited Denver and changed into a tie-dye shirt in front of Governor John Hickenlooper. I’m of the opinion that we need more sports color commentators who are willing to mount mascots and go to socially uncomfortable lengths to wear tie-dye at all times.

Bill Walton changes into a Velorama T-shirt at the Velorama Colorado announcement March 1, 2017. (Photo: Evan Semón Photography)

Bill Walton changes into a Velorama T-shirt at the Velorama Colorado announcement March 1, 2017. (Photo: Evan Semón Photography)

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